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Product Details

  • Paperback: 208 pages
  • Publisher: Wasteland Press (September 11, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1600473482
  • ISBN-13: 978-1600473487
  • Product Dimensions: 0.5 x 8.9 x 5.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,369,759 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

More About the Author

Michelle Webster is an author and poet. Her debut novel ENTANGLED IN DARKNESS was published in 2009 (originally under the pen name Lindsey Webster). It is a dark and intense journey of a young woman as she faces mental illness just as she is graduating high school and dreaming big about the future. Available in ebook format. Michelle has studied mental health and psychology and has degrees in both. She lives in Canada with her many pets and continues to write. She currently writes science fiction and fantasy. She also writes confessional poetry. She was former editor of the online literary magazine Cerulean Rain. In her spare time, she reads a lot of fiction in hopes of escaping to another world for a short while. She loves dreaming of outer space and not-so-secretly wishes to live in an era of space travel.


From the Author:

"I started writing in Grade 5. I wrote a story about some animals in a forest that was being threatened by logging. I made it into a homemade book with illustrations I had done myself. My teacher found it in my desk at school and made me read it to the class. I vividly remember this next part. A girl in the class (who is now one of my best friends!) spoke up and said I had copied the movie Fern Gully. Perhaps I had been inspired by the movie but I had written that story myself from my own ideas. Then my teacher, who everyone in the class pretty much hated and thought was a witch out of the Roald Dahl novel, said to me in this doomful voice "Next time use your own brain!" I never wrote fiction again until I was an adult. Its amazing how a young person's creativity can be squashed so easily by a negative and harsh criticizing adult.

When I was in grade 8, I started writing poetry. This became my passion and its never ceased being so. As a teenager I was depressed and writing poetry was an outlet for me. Later this outlet turned me into a writer devoted to the art of poetry. I have not published any poems but I have lots of poems I may one day publish. I write confessional poetry mainly and my biggest inspiration is Sylvia Plath.

I started writing fiction again in my early twenties. I started by writing a fanfiction for the TV show Alias to which I was obsessed with at the time. After finishing the novel length fanfiction, I turned to original fiction and I've been in love with writing fiction ever since.

My debut novel is Entangled in Darkness. I spent 2 years on this novel and wrote my heart and soul into it. It was inspired by my own experiences working and studying mental health, as a survivor of suicide, and from my own personal experiences. This was the novel I had to write in order to release the tension inside of me. So I wrote it, a fictional story inspired by real struggles of those that have mental illness or family members and friends with mental illness.

Now that I've written that, I plan to continue writing and explore other areas such as science fiction and fantasy which I love to read. I love space. I love the idea of space travel and the idea of worlds foreign to us in a vast universe we'll never know all of. So that's where my writing is heading next."

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By GMTA Publishing on July 16, 2011
Format: Paperback
LINDSEY WEBSTER'S "ENTANGLED IN DARKNESS" (REVIEW)

The story of a college-aged girl named Annalyn's descent into the dark confines of insanity. Feeling that her home-life is a wreck and in the constant position of dealing with her father's violent anger, she begins to lose her grip on reality and tries to commit suicide. Slowly her own darkness starts to consume her younger sister Janey causing her to end her life tragically by stabbing herself.

This story was haunting and extremely dark and scary as you realize just how easy it is to slip so far into depression that you can't even claw your way out. A story with an ending you won't soon forget. "Entangled in Darkness", is a great read!

-Kitty Bullard / Great Minds Think Aloud Book Club
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By acreech on May 11, 2011
Format: Kindle Edition
This intense book tells the story of one family's struggle with the mental illness of a daughter. This book was very interesting and well written. I would caution, however, this is not a feel good book and if you are not in the mood for an intense read I would wait on this one until you are.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Rebecca on May 7, 2011
Format: Kindle Edition
Entangled in Darkness is the first person account of a college freshman and her development on Bi-polar disorder. i like the concept and the fact that is showed the affect of the diseaseoon the sufferer and the family. It started dragging and lost my attention towards the end despite the drama unfolding in the story. Overall a good read if you are interested in the subject matter.
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